Wednesday, 29 August 2012


Just lately I have been really struggling to understand why I repeatedly see so many girls wearing little, to no clothes on a daily basis, and even more so on nights out. I was told from a very young age, that the less you show, the more people will respect you. And I learnt as I got older, that the nice boys will wait to find out whats underneath, and will love that it is only for their eyes, not for the whole world to see. Maybe I am just bitter because these girls are clearly pretty and proud of their slim bodies, but personally I opt for a happy balance. By that I mean that I won't just cover myself from head to toe because I'm ashamed of myself, but I will maybe wear a high neck top/jumper, or a buttoned up shirt and then maybe shorts, or tight skinny jeans. On nights out, if I'm wearing massive heals, I will always wear jeans and a pretty top to go with it. If I'm wearing a skirt or shorts, I will usually just wear my brogue heals, which are quite small but give me a bit of height, or I will just wear some pretty flats, and dress it up with my clothes.
However, I do think it is nice to show a bit of skin sometimes, and wear something a little more sexy (I wish I could have explained myself there without using the world 'sexy'). I just simply hate seeing basically the whole of girls bum cheeks on a daily basis, and now apparently, a lot of side boob.
Anyway, this post makes me feel a little old and grumpy. But, as You Me At Six would say 'Save it for the bedroom' (I don't even like this band, but a few of my friends from Uni will be proud of me for quoting them)

Marni x


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  2. I agree, the last time I went out there was a girl doing the 'side-boob' thing, yet her top was baggy so you could see everything. It really winds me up that guys were paying her so much attention for wearing next to nothing. Some things are best left to the imagination.


  3. Haha you should really talk with my boyfriend sometime. He say this all the time, talking about girls and respect. And I know, he's right. I don't like it either. I respect girls when they respect themselves.

    With love,

    Confessions of a blonde